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Lord of the Rings February 11th, 2011 08:29 AM

I'm guessing we tested it about the same time. lol :D But I had not tested the last phase of her BS launcher before she put it into the installer with the BS program. She told me she did update the cache in the installer.

I didn't quite understand what you meant about the date until I checked. Win 7 was fine until I opened & closed a few times. I'll have a word to her about it.

Edit: It's funny you know. After BS has been closed for a period, the date goes back to 2011. Same thing with Win XP. However whilst BS is open, the date is 2005. I'm not sure if it's same for you? Because BS can take a couple mins to fully close after finishing writing backup files etc. during the closing process. After that the date returns to normal.

I guess this overcomes the computer system shock the previous BS Start created on some people's systems & security. I guess it depends if this date going back affects you at all in general terms of using your computer. Just hope you don't auto-date emails/letters rofl jk :D

awb555 February 11th, 2011 01:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Lord of the Rings (Post 361927)
I'm guessing we tested it about the same time. lol :D But I had not tested the last phase of her BS launcher before she put it into the installer with the BS program. She told me she did update the cache in the installer.

I didn't quite understand what you meant about the date until I checked. Win 7 was fine until I opened & closed a few times. I'll have a word to her about it.

Edit: It's funny you know. After BS has been closed for a period, the date goes back to 2011. Same thing with Win XP. However whilst BS is open, the date is 2005. I'm not sure if it's same for you? Because BS can take a couple mins to fully close after finishing writing backup files etc. during the closing process. After that the date returns to normal.

I guess this overcomes the computer system shock the previous BS Start created on some people's systems & security. I guess it depends if this date going back affects you at all in general terms of using your computer. Just hope you don't auto-date emails/letters rofl jk :D

i closed the BS and 40mins later the date is still Jan 5th 2005.
im going to try the bearstart with file_girl BS version
Edited: ok that didnt work, lol.
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Lord of the Rings February 11th, 2011 04:20 PM

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In your settings, did you choose totally close BS or send to tray? By default, it sends BS to the tray. Check BS settings for this.
Not sure why mine goes back to normal time otherwise & yours doesn't.

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awb555 February 11th, 2011 04:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Lord of the Rings (Post 361935)
In your settings, did you choose totally close BS or send to tray? By default, it sends BS to the tray. Check BS settings for this.
Not sure why mine goes back to normal time otherwise & yours doesn't.

i always go through the setting (im not a noob lol).....;
to answer ur question though "yes to totally close" lol

awb555 February 12th, 2011 06:34 PM

any word from file_girl yet??

Lord of the Rings February 12th, 2011 11:24 PM

She said to try setting the BS Loader to run as Admin.

However I think this is more of a Win 7 issue. I've discovered my BS on XP actually does work fine with the date changing back to today's date soon after opening. Whereas on Windows 7 Pro it does change back but takes a lot longer (over a minute.)

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Originally Posted by File_Girl71
I will say BS Test was never developt to run on Vista or Win 7 at all...I run BS Test on XP and works just fine.The best OS to use would be Win 2000 for run BS Test on! I guess when SP1 pack come for Win 7 I will think XP Suport would be better since MS get alot of critic for the XP suport in Win 7 today!


awb555 February 13th, 2011 07:40 AM

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she said to try setting the bs loader to run as admin.

However i think this is more of a win 7 issue. I've discovered my bs on xp actually does work fine with the date changing back to today's date soon after opening. Whereas on windows 7 pro it does change back but takes a lot longer (over a minute.)

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i waited over 30 minutes lol

Lord of the Rings February 13th, 2011 12:27 PM

Oh well, perhaps after Win 7 SP1 is released it will hopefully fix it. As File_Girl suggested, it's been well reported Win 7's XP support is lacking.
An alternative of course is in meantime to go back to the other start program, BearStart. ;)

Oh the image you provided showed as BS Test, did you also give the Launcher program Admin privileges (ie: both BS Test & Launcher)? That lack of admin permission might be what's stopping the time reverting. After all, it's the Launcher program that's not fully doing its job as it should be with the date.

I don't suppose you experimented with compatibility options for the Launcher program, 'might' be worth trying but just a last shot option in meantime I guess.
Not sure why it works ok on my Win 7, yes slow to revert the date back but it does work. I presume it's set to 32 bit or 64? Another option perhaps to swap around. In fact perhaps parts running as 32 bit are the issue. Win 7 not handling them properly.

awb555 February 13th, 2011 04:23 PM

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There is not a BS Launcher, only a BS Loader that I have found. Both are marked as administrator. Iím guessing loader and launcher are one in the same? You said that file_girl made several different versions of BS Ė Could you kindly send them to me? Iím sorry to keep bothering you, I appreciate the help.Attachment 5531

Lord of the Rings February 13th, 2011 08:31 PM

BSLoader is what I meant. You can ask her yourself. :D I don't run windows all the time so I don't always have it in front of me to remember. I'm primarily a mac person.
If it's not working on your system, it's not working. File_Girl suggested the most probable reason.


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